View Poll Results: Is Fox news bias and obviously leans right? Yes/No

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Thread: FOX and MSNBC

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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Your way sounds a bit better than WeAre's. He's trying to turn me on to socialism. Don't think I'm there yet. LOL
    All she did is make public transportation sound nicer. I said society should improve it and rely on it more. That is pretty related in my favor actually.

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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreReborn View Post
    Well I never suggested that at all. I said you could pick what you need/want of everything that is made. I also meant after all production is assured then you could focus on something like restraunts or coffee shops etc. All I meant is that society has to have priorities but after the initial transitition period I don't see why it would be unrealistic.
    Listen. I like revolutionist trolling as well but we can't do this every thread can we? This is about Faux News
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreReborn View Post
    Lol no. There would be a place like a grocery store or a warehouse that contains all the products. Every day once you finish your work you would get a slip saying you worked for the day and then you could take all you need/want. Though there is a variant with checks that measure your time and each product would be measured in that way. There could be eat out restraunts or a large communal kitchen in which others could help you make the food or even do it for their work. It all depends if there is enough labor at hand, though I'm sure there will be.
    OK, I'm sorry but your way is sounding really unappealing.
    Here's things I always liked. Living in the country on a little plot of land. Working every day, getting a paycheck. Driving home leisurely on the back roads listening to rock and roll or talk radio. Maybe stopping at the carryout and picking up a 30 pk of beer for the week-end. Jumping in the truck on Sat with friends and heading to lake to fish and hangout at the cabin. Oh yea, and eating where ever we want.
    Mass transit, trading work for food? What kind of place would I likely live in and would I have 200 channels on TV?
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by Z3n View Post
    Listen. I like revolutionist trolling as well but we can't do this every thread can we? This is about Faux News
    In my defense she asked me to lay it out!

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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by WeAreReborn View Post
    Well I never suggested that at all. I said you could pick what you need/want of everything that is made. I also meant after all production is assured then you could focus on something like restraunts or coffee shops etc. All I meant is that society has to have priorities but after the initial transitition period I don't see why it would be unrealistic.
    Well, I am jumping in the middle of a conversation... It still sounds like a daily ala carte menu to me.. before the restaurants develop

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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by O_Guru View Post
    Wow Im irratating you? WHat are you 12? Why would you getting caught deflecting irrate you? You must have thin skin, maybe you should have stayed on topic instead of trying to deflect, Ill continue to live in reality while you deflect and live in fantasy, thanks


    Humff.. I do believe you are 12. I'm an old lady and you're buggin' the hell out of me!
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    OK, I'm sorry but your way is sounding really unappealing.
    Here's things I always liked. Living in the country on a little plot of land. Working every day, getting a paycheck. Driving home leisurely on the back roads listening to rock and roll or talk radio. Maybe stopping at the carryout and picking up a 30 pk of beer for the week-end. Jumping in the truck on Sat with friends and heading to lake to fish and hangout at the cabin. Oh yea, and eating where ever we want.
    Mass transit, trading work for food? What kind of place would I likely live in and would I have 200 channels on TV?
    You would live in a house similar as you do now. If you want you could still fish, and if anything have more leisure. I'm not sure if there would be 200 channels. It really depends on what people want to spend there time on creating. If people get together and want to make a show then they can go for it. There would be nothing stopping them. Like I said, there could be multiple restraunts as well. So luxuries would be there for everyone. That is the main difference, you can control our life, workplace and everyone would get everything they need to survive comfortably, as long as they work.

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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    Well, I am jumping in the middle of a conversation... It still sounds like a daily ala carte menu to me.. before the restaurants develop
    but would they?
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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    Well, I am jumping in the middle of a conversation... It still sounds like a daily ala carte menu to me.. before the restaurants develop
    No, but you would just probably have to make it yourself at first. Like take home the ingredients. But yeah just at the beginning. I think it unreasonable for it to be the same thing for everyone. Allergies as well as lifestyle choices come into play and the individual is still important.

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    Re: FOX and MSNBC

    A... The OP says Polls FOX and MSNBC;, yet the poll is only about Fox. Now, is that 'Fair & Balanced'?
    B... More importantly, the grammar in that opening post is horrendous.

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